Scammers have stolen more than $7.2 million from Australians so far this year by gaining access to home computers, an increase of 184% compared to the same period last year.
More than 604,000 private sector jobs have been “destroyed” since lockdowns were introduced in March while 14,000 jobs have been added to the public sector, according to the Institute of Public Affairs.
National Broadband Network operator NBN Co has secured $6.1 billion in debt finance on external markets as part of the company’s inaugural long-term borrowing from private debt markets.
The Australian Government’s digital transformation strategy is satisfactory, but there is still room for improvement, according to a newly published poll which found that only 7% of respondents in both the public and private sector believe the government is making significant strides on digital transformation.
Technology and specialist recruiter Peoplebank has appointed 20-year recruitment industry veteran Brent Leahy as general manager Victoria in a move it says will further strengthen its position as a recruitment partner to Victoria’s Government, utilities and private sector organisations.
Organisations in the private and public sectors spend a greater proportion of their IT budgets on digital initiatives than governments, according to a global survey.
Project management firm PM-Partners has appointed public and private sector industry veteran and former Telstra senior executive, Ken Sheargold, as chief executive officer.
Cybercrime is the second most-reported economic crime in Australia and costs the economy an estimated $17 billion annually, but despite this there are widespread “frailities” in the governance of cyber security among executives in both the public sector and private enterprise, according to a newly published report.
The federal government and industry have been urged to work together to share information on cyber security threats and attacks to counter the increasing sophistication of cyber adversaries.
A cyber security ‘hacking competition’ will run from 12pm today for 24 hours - without breaks - hosted by Telstra and run by Australian Govt, business and academic security pros.
The worldwide 3D printer market is booming, with massive growth over the next five years as transformation takes hold and shifts from a niche market to a broad-based, global market of enterprises and consumers.
Listed ICT services company UXC has finalised a raft of new contract deals worth over $100 million as it looks to accelerate further growth over coming years.
The ACT Government has appointed its first chief digital officer as part of its strategy to drive digital innovation in the nation’s capital.
Australia is still lagging behind other developed countries in investment in tech start-up ventures, with a fall in matching government funding as well as under-investment by the private sector.
The jobs outlook for ICT professionals is strengthening month to month as both government and private sector employers express confidence in the year ahead.
There’s no jobs boom, but there is continuing momentum in job growth in Australia’s ICT sector, according to a newly published salary and employment index. While jobs demand, however, is slowly creeping upwards, that demand for digital professionals is currently outstripping supply.
There’s encouraging signs that Australia's ICT jobs market has been gathering pace over the past quarter, with the market for ICT skills now at its highest point for more than a year, according to a newly published report.
ICT solutions vendor UXC has secured a strategic alliance with data encryption company Senetas to provide Australian government agencies, defence and large corporations with tailored data security solutions and services to protect their information.
Project delivery company Leaders IT Services, a fully-owned subsidiary of ICT recruiter Peoplebank, is ramping up its business In Australia and the South East Asian region with the appointment of two new executives to its management team.
Public cloud offerings are predicted to grow and eventually account for more than 25% of government business services in domains other than national defence and security, according to newly released research.
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